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Arisaig Provincial Park & Trails

Arisaig
Arisaig Provincial Park overlooking the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait offers a fascinating window to life on Earth some 443 to 417 million years ago. One of North America’s most continuousl ... [ More Info ]

Bayfield Beach Provincial Park

Bayfield
Bayfield Beach Provincial Park is a small popular beach on St. Georges Bay, near Antigonish in the Northumberland Shore region. This small sand and pebble beach offers supervised swimming between 10am ... [ More Info ]

Bayswater Beach, Bayswater Beach Provincial Park

Bayswater
Bayswater Beach is one of the best beaches in Atlantic Canada. A white-sand beach and a picnic area with lots of parking. Beach is supervised (July-August/STC). Outdoor barbecue grills, change rooms ... [ More Info ]

Beaver Mountain Provincial Park

James River
The park has a small picnic area with beautiful views of Antigonish and Cape Breton Island, as well as a well-marked trail system.   The 6-km trail system offers everything from leisurely paved walkwa ... [ More Info ]

Black Duck Cove Provincial Park & Trail

Dover
This community-managed park offers a beautiful sandy beach and rocky shoreline with boardwalks, change houses, vault toilets, and a 3.5-km (2-mi) shoreline walking trail. The park has accessible trail ... [ More Info ]

Camerons Brook Provincial Park, Provincial Day-use Park

South Brookfield
A small waterside park offering a shaded picnic stop under a canopy of pine and hardwoods. Across the road is access to Ponhook Lake, a favourite for fishing and canoeing. Located approximately 40 km ... [ More Info ]

Card Lake Provincial Park, Trails

Sherwood
Take a drive down Windsor Road, here you will find small communities like Sherwood and Cannan. A little less than 20 kilometres north of Highway 103’s Exit 8 lies beautiful, remote Card Lake Park. A ... [ More Info ]

Caribou/Munro's Island Provincial Park Beach - Shoreline Hike

Caribou Central
Attractions include an open picnic area, a white-sand beach, warm saltwater swimming, woods and 95 overnight campground sites. Use: Walking, Hiking, Biking Length: 5 km Type: Out and back Difficulty: ... [ More Info ]

Cleveland Beach

Hubbards
A sister beach to Queensland, offering a sandy shoreline and (unsupervised) swimming opportunities. Small picnic area. Limited parking. Located east of Hubbards. If you take the walking trail which fo ... [ More Info ]

Cookville Provincial Park

Cookville
Cookville Provincial Park is a small day use picnic park located in the South Shore region. This small roadside park has picnic tables and access to the LaHave River for canoeing, kayaking and sport f ... [ More Info ]

East River Provincial Park

East River
A tiny picturesque picnic stop on a sheltered ocean cove. Located in East River, 1 km (0.5 mi) east of Hwy 103; Exit 7. ... [ More Info ]

Ellenwood Kids Triathlon

Deerfield
WHERE: Ellenwood Provincial Park (starting near the boardwalk by the lifeguard station) WHEN: Saturday July 1 (rain date Sunday July 2) Bike Checks start at 9:30 am with the age group wave starts at 1 ... [ More Info ]

Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park

Deerfield
Nestled between two lakes in the heart of southern Nova Scotia, this 114 ha (280 acre) park offers walking trails in a hardwood setting, canoeing, swimming, and camping for all those who like to enjo ... [ More Info ]

Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park, Friends of Ellenwood Park

Deerfield
The Friends of Ellenwood Park are a group of like-minded volunteers who enjoy the beauty and amenities of Ellenwood Park and want to share it with people in the Yarmouth area while encouraging a heal ... [ More Info ]

Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park, Trails

Deerfield
The Park's relatively flat terrain makes the 1.5 km walking trail in reach for all ages. Stroll through the traditional "Acadian Forest"-a mixture of maple, birch, hemlock, spruce, fir and pine. Stop ... [ More Info ]

Fancy Lake Provincial Park

Conquerall Mills
Fancy Lake Provincial Park is a small picnic park on the shores of Fancy Lake in Conquerall Mills on the South Shore. The park offers a lunch stop and an opportunity for a swim in fresh water and to e ... [ More Info ]

Geocaching in Nova Scotia Parks- Passport Program, Nova Scotia Provincial Parks

Nova Scotia
Geocaching in Nova Scotia provincial parks is a fun, outdoor pursuit that the whole family can enjoy. Fifteen geocaches are distributed across Nova Scotia, encouraging new and experienced Geocachers a ... [ More Info ]

Glenwood Provincial Park

Glenwood
A quiet place on Rickers Lake, bordering Hwy 103. Located at the junction of Hwy 3 and Hwy 103. Picnic tables scattered beneath hardwoods with view of lake. Supervised swimming on Saturdays and Sunda ... [ More Info ]

Graves Island Provincial Park

East Chester
A new electronic entrance gate system is now in place. Campers will be charged a $3 deposit for the card. This charge will be refunded upon the return of the card when their camping stay is over. Ple ... [ More Info ]

Graves Island Provincial Park, Trails

East Chester
Joined to the mainland by a short causeway, the island is typical of many of the small islands found along Nova Scotia's Atlantic coast. This quiet ocean-side campground has long been a popular vacati ... [ More Info ]

Greenhill Provincial Park

Greenhill
Green Hill Provincial Park is a picnic park with magnificent panoramic views of the farmlands of Pictou County. Use: Walking, Hiking, Biking Length: 0.448 km Type: Loop Difficulty: Not yet rated Neare ... [ More Info ]

Hubbards Provincial Park

Hubbards
A small day-use park with a picnic area and boat launch for sea kayaking opportunities. Located on Hwy 3, about 3 km west of Queensland Beach Provincial Park. ... [ More Info ]

Marie Joseph Provincial Park

Marie Joseph
A picturesque roadside picnic park on the ocean with a view of offshore islands. Tables scattered under softwoods overlooking rocky shoreline. ... [ More Info ]

Pomquet Beach Provincial Park

Pomquet
Pomquet is a safe beach with a gentle slope and occasional sand bars. The 200 metre supervised area is located directly off the two boardwalks. The area is marked by red and yellow flags on either sid ... [ More Info ]

Port L'Hebert Provincial Park, Trail

Granite Village
Port L’Hebert Provincial Park is a 71 ha outdoor recreation park located off Hwy 103 near Port Joli (about 25 minutes south of Liverpool). The site features a 2.1 km looped trail through hardwoods an ... [ More Info ]

Port Maitland Beach Provincial Park

Port Maitland
Port Maitland Beach in the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores region offers a 1-km sand and cobble beach backed by a grassy picnic area and dunes. Watch the beach extend by 500m as the tide goes out! The pa ... [ More Info ]

Powell's Point Provincial Park Beach

Pictou Landing
The park boasts a large picnic area by the warmest salt water in Nova Scotia, with a sandy beach on one side and rocky on the other. For those with canoes and kayaks, the park has a boat launch. Washr ... [ More Info ]

Queensland Beach

Hubbards
One of the most popular beach parks on the South Shore. Queensland's facilities include change rooms, outhouses, and a 300m beach area. Supervised swimming (July – August/STC). Arrive early on hot sum ... [ More Info ]

Rissers Beach Provincial Park

Petite Riviere
Whether you want to swim, search for sea shells, or just spend the day relaxing in the sun, Rissers Beach Provincial Park offers every kind of recreational opportunity available at the seaside. This ... [ More Info ]

Rushtons Beach Provincial Park

Marshville
Rushton Beach has the warmest salt water in Nova Scotia; broad sandbars at low tide and the salt marsh attract a great variety of birds. This is a beautiful day use park. Group use is available. There ... [ More Info ]

Sable River Provincial Park, Sable River Picnic Park

Sable River
Located just seconds off the 103 this is the perfect stopping point on a journey down the south shore, it is one of the gate ways to Lockeport Loop, and its intrinsic beauty is representative of the ... [ More Info ]

Salsman Provincial Park

Country Harbour Lake
Salsman Provincial Park is a picnic park and camping location on a small peninsula on the east side of Country Harbour. The small picnic park has tables scattered in an open field with a view of the w ... [ More Info ]

Sand Hills Beach Provincial Park

Villagedale
A 2.5 km (1.5 mi) white-sand beach. The sand flat warms at low tide and then warms the incoming tide for swimming. Spectacular dune system backs the beach. Please use boardwalks and marked paths to p ... [ More Info ]

Second Peninsula Provincial Park

Second Peninsula
This large scenic picnic park on the ocean has tables scattered under a stand of spruce and fir and can easily accommodate group picnics. Access to cobble beach. Located near Lunenburg, 10 km (6.2 mi ... [ More Info ]

Summerville Beach Provincial Park

Summerville Centre
Summerville Beach Provincial Park (off Route 3 at Summerville Centre) is one of the finest sandy beaches on the South Shore. The 1-km (0.5-mi) light-sand beach is backed by sand dunes (nesting area fo ... [ More Info ]

Ten Mile Lake Provincial Park, Provincial Day-use Park

Middlefield
A small lakeside picnic park beneath a stand of pine and hemlock. Relax by the shore or take a quick dip. Boat launch for canoes, kayaks or sport fishing. Located 21 km (13 mi) north of Liverpool. ... [ More Info ]

The Islands Provincial Park

Eastern Shelburne County
Just across the harbour from the historic town of Shelburne, The Islands Provincial Park offers a restful stop on your trip around the South Shore. Bounded by Shelburne Harbour, it offers visitors a ... [ More Info ]

Thomas Raddall Provincial Park

East Port L'Hebert
Overlooking Port Joli Harbour on Nova Scotia's South Shore, Thomas Radddall Provincial Park is a nature lovers' haven. The park is just across the harbour from Kejimkujik Seaside National Park , and ... [ More Info ]

Tor Bay Provincial Park Beach

Tor Bay
A small picturesque picnic area on a rocky point looking out to the open Atlantic. Sweeping sand beaches (unsupervised), boardwalks and interpretive displays make this an interesting stop along the Ea ... [ More Info ]

Waterside Beach Provincial Park

Caribou River
A combination of a long sandy beach, salt marsh and open farmland with picnic tables. The long, wide beach is seldom crowded, and the water is very warm. Group use is available. Park amenities include ... [ More Info ]